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Visualizing Your Data When There is Too Much of It to Visualize

In many of the SAS Institute publications about the new ODS statistical graphics, there is an introductory statement that defines an “effective” graph as one that reveals “patterns, differences and uncertainty that are not readily apparent in tabular output” (Kuhfeld, 2010; Rodriguez, 2008; Rodriguez and Cartier, 2009). Developing a good graph becomes a challenge, however, when input data map to crowded displays with overlapping points or lines.

Published in 2012 and presented at the 2012 SAS Global Forum and the 2012 Insurance and Finance SAS Users Group Summit.

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